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Converted church in Stanton Park launches presales

New condos in 119-year-old building offer unique historical opportunity for DC homebuyers
  • After undergoing 18 months of highly detailed restoration, the converted homes are reflective of the 119-year-old church’s historic facade.
  • Prices of the units range from around $350,000 to over $1 million.
  • Twenty-six of the 30 condos are located in the original church building, with four renovated units in the adjacent townhomes.
  • Each residence was carefully crafted to reflect the church's architecture.

The Sanctuary, a 19th century converted church in Capitol Hill, has launched presales on its 30 condos. After undergoing 18 months of highly detailed restoration, the converted homes are remarkably reflective of the 119-year-old church’s historic facade. Urban Pace is handling sales, with prices ranging from around $350,000 to over $1 million. “The Sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to live within easy walking distance of the U.S. Capitol in an environment that evokes the neighborhood of over a century ago,” said Matt Dewey of Urban Pace. “This is an excellent example of thoughtful, adaptive re-use of a beautiful church building in the heart of the nation’s capital.” Urban Pace The Sanctuary is situated in the Stanton Park neighborhood of Capitol Hill, and some of the converted church condos feature rooftop decks overlooking the stately Capitol Hill dome. In keeping with the antiquity of the century-old building, each residence was carefully crafte...